Reaganomics Term Paper by hicaliber

An analysis of policies, procedures and effects of Reaganomics.
# 93570 | 2,112 words | 6 sources | APA | 2007 | US

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This paper discusses Reaganomics which describes the economic policies adopted by Ronald Regan during his term as United States President throughout the 1980s. The paper discusses the positive and negative aspects of his policies and explores the related issues in depth, providing an overview of the highlights, benefits and drawbacks of Reaganomics.

Table of Contents:
Overview Reaganomics

Sample of Sources Used:

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  • Samuelson, R.J. "How Reagan wrestled with inflation." Newsweek, June 10, 2005. 25, March 2006: <>

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